On the very last day of its 2021 legislative session, the Delaware Senate voted unanimously to make Delaware’s safe-yielding law for bicyclists approaching stop signs permanent. This followed a …
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed course Tuesday on some mask guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people return to wearing face coverings indoors in parts of the U.S. …
Here is the Question of the Day: The Delaware State Fair includes the exhibiting and judging of 4-H projects in categories such as gardening, raising and showing farm animals, and creative …
I’m wearing a mask again. For a few months after I was vaccinated, I felt safe. But not now. Not with only 52% of Delawareans fully vaccinated. Not when I’m in a supermarket and see only …
Now that the first installment of the $350 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding allocated to governments across the nation has been delivered, the challenge locally is determining how best to …
QOTD:  Have you ever stepped back?    Here is the Question of the Day: Simone Biles stepped back from the U.S. gymnastics team competition after a shaky …
Your news article on Danish company Ørsted said that the company is planning a second wind farm for the Maryland/Delaware offshore area (“Ørsted describes wind farm proposal off …
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I recently read about several corporations that, even as they publicly renounced Georgia’s new restrictions on voting, nonetheless have continued donating money to the very Georgia lawmakers …
Delaware’s unemployment rate was slightly lower than the national figure in June and is inching closer to pre-pandemic amounts, according to a recent Department of Labor report. About 5.8% of …
Here is the Question of the Day: Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team announced last week they are taking on the name Guardians starting next season, after spending a …
In the wake of a national reckoning with racial and social justice, a challenging year battling the impact of COVID-19 and the election of new (largely progressive) members to our state legislature, …
After reading letters over the past several weeks questioning our county public officials’ blindly approving future community and commercial developments, we wanted to share with you our …
After closing its doors in 2013, the former Milford Middle School could be revitalized and reworked for new generations of students. The Milford School District board of education unanimously …
Here is the Question of the Day: Delaware State Grange — a Delaware State Fair staple for more than 60 years known for its chicken and ham platters — has returned after last …
Whether you were listening for the melodious, flute-like songs of the wood thrush in the upland forests of the Kittatinny Ridge and Appalachian Highlands, or scouting for the stocky, salmon-orange …
The idea of leaving a legacy is part of being human. Our earliest ancestors left their marks on cave walls. Neil Armstrong left his on the moon. We all have a desire to be remembered and to make an …
More than 100,000 families in Delaware will get checks in July, as the federal government doles out child tax credit monies. That will invest more than $42 million to help 169,000 children in the …
Here is the Question of the Day: France’s Johanne Defay is headed to the Tokyo Olympics for for surfing’s debut at the Summer Games. After years of industry preference for the …
Delaware continues to grapple with two historic challenges when it comes to its teacher workforce. First, there are simply not enough teachers to keep pace with projected student growth. And second, …
In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson famously declared war on poverty. “The richest nation on Earth can afford to win it,” he told Congress in his first State of the Union …
It’s summertime at Rehoboth beach, and people from all walks of life fill the streets, sit on the beaches with friends and family and walk the boardwalk. There is an exception to this idyllic …
More than 100,000 families in Delaware will get checks in July, as the federal government doles out child tax credit monies. That will invest more than $42 million to help 169,000 children in the …
Here is the Question of the Day: Joining other law enforcement agencies, Delaware State Police have encrypted radio transmission channels  for what they say are purposes of safety, accuracy …
By Danny Tyree “You load 16 tons and what do you get? Disability payments and not a Corvette.” – with apologies to Tennessee Ernie Ford. I worked in an often-understaffed …